my 93 Chevy Silverado 3 quarter ton the headlights will not come on but everything else works

Asked by Feb 06, 2015 at 01:04 AM about the 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 2 Dr LS 4WD Standard Cab LB HD

Question type: General

it has done this to me once before and did
not work for about a month all the sudden I
get in the car they work again for about
another 2 months when it first happened I
change the bulbs check the fuses still
nothing my buddy tells me it is a ground but
I do not know where to locate it

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Proofread your question please it is said to be a 93 as well as a 99. Schematics are at autozone.com. A ground can be verified every where a component is to function and then traced. as simple as a 12v test light or voltmeter can be used. bulbs that go inop can cause an open circuit, and the hi/lo beam switch can sometimes affect loss and regaining the headight function. an open in the lightswitch can be the circuit breaker within. good luck.

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